Solid evidence has surfaced online that the Oakland Raiders have staffers who evaluate talent, and moreover, that they sometimes know what they’re talking about. A post up on Imgur this weekend purports (credibly, it seems) to have the Raiders’ pre-draft evaluations from 2010. It’s not a huge gallery of photos the OP…
Peyton Manning—the 39-year-old Broncos quarterback with a messed up neck, foot, ribcage, and quad—is in a walking cast and will miss at least Weeks 12 & 13, per the team. From the report:
Late in yesterday's loss to the Detroit Lions, Bears quarterback Jimmy Clausen nearly got his damn head taken off by Ziggy Ansah at the end of a short scramble. Clausen stayed in to finish the drive, the Bears' last of the game, and now it's being reported that he experienced "delayed symptoms" of a concussion after…
The 34-3 loss to New Orleans is one thing. An expected thing. But what's going on in this picture tipster Bryan R. just sent? Don't tell me there's a water bottle hidden behind random dude's head, either. There ain't.
You thought Chuckles was out of your life forever, huh? Guess again, bozos, because this guy hasn't even started making everyone's life miserable. Pete Carroll, Touchdown Jesus, Bears fans....no one will escape the wrath of Weis.
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We get a massive amount of tips in our inbox each week. Some are pretty interesting, but don't get published for one reason or another.
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and the blogosphere to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
The internet has graciously offered up several different explanations of what really happened at CJ's Pub last Saturday night. At this point, they are all equally plausible/ludicrous, but we present these unvarnished tales so that you might pass impartial judgment.
All Jimmy Clausen wanted to do was enjoy a nice post-game meal with his family and teammates, but an angry Notre Dame fan had to go and remind the QB that he lost to Connecticut....by punching him in the face.